Blizzard Skis

Men’s 2021/2022 Blizzard Skis at Avie’s Ski / Sports

Thunderbird SP 7.7      $600 / $499.95  Avie’s   Thunderbird SP 7.7 is a confidence-builder. The wider 77 mm waist helps provide more stability and maneuverability when the snow gets a little softer and little fresher. But this ski is focused on fun. Confidence equals fun and fun equals a great day on the mountain. Thunderbird SP 7.7 blends just the right amount sidecut and early-rise rocker in the tip and tail to provide a perfectly smooth flex to deliver just the right amount of performance for advanced beginner and intermediate level skiers to build skills. have the complete confidence and control to effortlessly explore the mountain. A 174 cm ski gives a 15 m turning radius.

Rustler 9      $720 / $599.95 Avie’s   The Rustler 9—the narrowest of the Rustler series—is a freeride ski that doesn’t require a big powder day to bring out its’ best. The Rustler series has an innovative waist design—the longer the ski, the wider the waist. This simple technological wizardry gives ambitious freeride skiers more control and float, even on steep terrain. The smooth rocker-camber-rocker profile make it responsive and stable, yet super playful in softer snow and on any type of terrain. Rustler 9 is a do-it-all master of the mountain for intermediate to expert level skiers. 94mm at the waist; a 180 cm ski gives a 17 m turning radius. 

Women’s 2021/2022 Blizzard Skis at Avie’s Ski / Sports

Black Pearl 88  $780 / $649.95 Avie’s   It takes a lot of guts and grit to reinvent the best-selling women’s ski. But Blizzard is constantly looking for ways to make a great ski even better. Redesigned with input from the Blizzard Women 2 Women project, Black Pearl 88 shines brighter than ever. The Women’s Specific Design makes skiing all sorts of conditions easy and fun, so women are empowered to ski corduroy groomers, softer snow off-piste, bumps, trees and everything in between. Black Pearl 88 is not just for the best days on the mountain, but for every day. Lightweight construction, smooth profile shape, and camber underfoot, make Black Pearl 88 a super fun ski all around the mountain, all season long for advanced beginner to advanced intermediate skiers. 88 mm at the waist; a 159 cm ski gives a 13 m turning radius.

Black Pearl 82       $720 / $599.95   Avie’s   Strong at heart with an easygoing attitude, the Black Pearl 82 is the go-to choice for women who are looking for a ski that will be there for them. Rip the groomers? No problem. Be a little chill? You bet. Easy and forgiving when it’s time to cruise. Rocker tip and tail; camber underfoot provides a light and lively fun time for advanced beginner to advanced intermediate skiers. Black Pearl 82 is designed to rip or cruise, hard snow or soft, anywhere your skis want to take you. 82 mm at the waist; a 159 cm ski gives a 12.5 m turning radius.

Sheeva 9       $720 / $599.95   Avie’s   Sheeva 9 is an all-mountain freeride ski that loves everything the mountain can throw at it. Rocker-camber-rocker profile makes the ski responsive and stable, yet super playful in softer snow conditions. They perform great on any type of terrain. Carbon inlays are combined with a women’s specific design, providing a perfect balance between reduced weight and increased performance. Blizzard’s Women 2 Women program brought together female skiers from all over the world—athletes, retailers, coaches, and lifelong passionate skiers—who guided engineers to developed the Sheeva series to address the needs and desires of lady freeskiers. The result is a ski specifically for the progressive female all-mountain freeride intermediate to advanced intermediate skier. 90 mm at the waist; a 164 cm ski gives a 14 m turning radius.

Phoenix 7.7       $600 / $499.95   Avie’s   Phoenix 7.7 is a confidence-builder. The wider 77 mm waist helps provide more stability and maneuverability when the snow gets a little softer and little fresher. But this ski is focused on fun. Confidence equals fun and fun equals a great day on the mountain. Phoenix 7.7 blends just the right amount sidecut and early-rise rocker in the tip and tail to provide a perfectly smooth flex to deliver just the right amount of performance for beginner and intermediate level skiers to build skills. A 160 cm ski gives a 13 m turning radius.

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